Australian Gelbvieh Cattle Association

Latest News

TSU Price Increase as of 1st December 2023

16th November 2023
TSU Prices will increase to the membership as of the 1st December 2023. If you wish to order TSU vials and TSU applicators through the Genetic Hub office prior to this price increase, please order these prior to 1st of December. Unfortunately, the industry’s supplier of Allflex Tissue Sample ... read more

EKKA 2023 Results

7th September 2023
A very strong line of Gelbvieh cattle at the Brisbane Ekka this year with 21 head from 6 exhibitors. The judge was David Bondfield, who is from the infamous Palgrove stud and has judged around the world. He commented on what a strong line up of Gelbvieh cattle and he had been admiring the breed for ... read more

Upcoming Year Letter Codes

28th October 2022

Move to Genetic Hub

1st October 2021
As of 1st October 2021, the Australian Gelbvieh Association will be moving their office to Genetic Hub in Wagga Wagga. This move will also see the data move to join IGS (International Genetic Solutions), which will enable all Gelbvieh Data to be directly compared to 20 other major breeds but mos ... read more

Beef 21 proudly sponsored by Best Farming Systems

25th May 2021
The Gelbvieh breed was very well represented at Beef 21. 20 animals exhibited by 5 exhibitors from Ravenshoe, Gympie. Miles and Dulacca. Heifer calf Champion won by Annie Minehan with Kevlor Willy Reserve Heifer Calf Champion won by Aderian and Julie Nixon with Weetalabah Goldie Bull Calf Champ ... read more

Welcome from new President

16th April 2020
Presidents Report April 2020 As I sit to write my first President’s report, we are facing what is one of the most unprecedented situations in modern day Australia. The COVID-19 crisis will certainly cause significant problems for Australians that will take some years to recover from. I wi ... read more